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Padella-Corviglia-Panorama Tour (672)

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  • Mountain biker on the Padella Panorama  Tour
    / Mountain biker on the Padella Panorama Tour
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  • / enjoy a meal at Alp Muntatsch
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  • / Mountain biker on the Padella Panorama Tour
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  • / On Corviglia
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  • / above Silvaplana
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On this round tour you experience the landscape of Engadin St.Moritz from its most beautiful side. The tour offers intermediate entries with 3 different cable cars, Marguns, Corviglia and Signal and can therefore be easily done in several daily stages.
difficult
Distance 41 km
6:35 h
1,491 m
1,489 m
The whole round trip is signalled in one direction, anti-clockwise, and can be started and ended at any point. Officially the route starts in Celerina, leads to Samedan and up to Alp Muntatsch. There the big Panorama Trail begins below the Piz Padella and Trais Fluors to Marguns. Via Corviglia we continue towards Val Suvretta, Orchas and Silvaplana. On the opposite side of the valley near Surlej, the trail leads back to Celerina via the Lej Nair (moor lake), St. Moritz Bad and Alp Staz. Along the way you will constantly come across junctions and branches to other trails and thus get an impression of the scope of the Engadin St.Moritz mountain bike route network.


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Engadin St. Moritz Tourismus AG
Via Maistra 1 
CH-7500 St. Moritz
Telefon: +41 81 830 00 01
E-mail:  
Internet: www.engadin.ch 

Author’s recommendation

On the way you will pass various excursion restaurants where it is worth taking a break. You will also pass the bathing lake Lej da Staz. 
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Engadin St. Moritz
Updated: April 26, 2021
Difficulty
S2 difficult
Technique
Stamina
Experience
Landscape
Highest point
2,503 m
Lowest point
1,708 m
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Rest Stop

Restaurant Trutz
Muntatsch / Alp Muntatsch
quattro BAR

Start

Celerina, railway station (1,729 m)
Coordinates:
SwissGrid
2'785'708E 1'154'275N
DD
46.514002, 9.858813
DMS
46°30'50.4"N 9°51'31.7"E
UTM
32T 565881 5151517
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Destination

Celerina, railway station

Turn-by-turn directions

Celerina - Samedan - Alp Muntatsch - Marguns - Corviglia - Alp Suvretta - Silvaplana - St. Moritz-Bad - Celerina

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Public transport

Public-transport-friendly

Coordinates

SwissGrid
2'785'708E 1'154'275N
DD
46.514002, 9.858813
DMS
46°30'50.4"N 9°51'31.7"E
UTM
32T 565881 5151517
w3w 
///outsmart.require.shifts
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Hansjörg Haisch
July 05, 2021 · Community
Die Tour wird dem Bezeichnung Panorama Tour voll gerecht. Wunderschöne Blicke auf die Engadiner Berge! Nur 4 Punkte, denn die Tour ist wirklich eine reine MTB tour nicht E-MTB. Wir haben uns von der Engadin Webseite (https://www.maps.engadin.ch/de/tour/e-bike/padella-corviglia-panorama-tour-672-e-mountainbike-/54536432/?1625476772571#dmdtab=null) verleiten lassen und sind sie mit E-MTB gefahren. Der Abschnitt zwischen Alp Suvretta und Julier Passstraße ist ein extrem steiniger Wanderweg bei dem auch u.a. ein Stück mit vielen sehr hohen Treppenstufen überwunden werden muss. Sebst mit Schiebehilfe nur zu zweit überwindbar. Besser ab Alp Suvretta nach Champfer abfahren.
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Difficulty
S2 difficult
Distance
41 km
Duration
6:35 h
Ascent
1,491 m
Descent
1,489 m
Public-transport-friendly Refreshment stops available Loop Scenic

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